Our Satisfied Clients

Our Satisfied Clients

TechStone offers marketing services, solutions, and complete assistance to different companies. We serve a wide client base with various customized solutions according to their specific needs and take pride in providing world-class services to our clients.

TEAM Industrial

Team, Inc., is a world-wide leader in providing fully integrated industrial service solutions that include; inspection, maintenance and repair, heat treating, asset integrity management and tank management. They recently purchased Dell Boomi’s Atomsphere as their IPaaS solution for integrations in 2018.

  • Provided formal Jumpstart Dell Boomi training
  • Setup sandbox and initial configuration
  • Architecture and design
  • Deployed Master Data Hub for Employee Data Management
  • Deployed Atomsphere for multiple integrations including; Salesforce, MS Dynamics AX, Workday, AD, LMS
  • Selected Boomi over Mulesoft
Quanta Services

Quanta Services Inc. is an international conglomerate that provides engineering, procurement and construction services (EPC). They provide solutions for infrastructure needs in the electric power, oil and natural gas industries. Quanta uses Dell Boomi for integration in the cloud solutions.

  • Developed more than 1200 interfaces using Dell Boomi
  • Deployed Master Data Hub for Employee Data Management and Treasury Data
  • Deployed API Management enterprise wide
  • Integrations with JD Edwards
  • Selected Boomi over Mulesoft and Informatica
Select Energy

Select Energy is an oilfield services provider that uses Dell Boomi as part of their strategic digital transformation efforts.

  • Deployed Atomsphere for integrations with MS Navision, Salesforce and Ceridian
  • Part of QMS digital transformation project
  • Functionality includes mobile enablement and procurement overhaul
  • Selected Boomi over Jitterbit

Key Energy

Headquartered in Houston, Texas, Key Energy Services offers clients a comprehensive and advanced array of onshore energy production services backed by in-depth knowledge. Key employs more than 8,500 people worldwide. 

How We Helped

High-Level Tasks
  • Met with business leaders and analysts to complete a requirements mapping.

  • Provided the integration consulting needs to support the enterprise Procure to Pay (P2P) initiative.

  • Provided architecture and development expertise.

  • Provided design and planning strategies.

  • Worked closely with CFO on middleware selection decisions.

  • Provided business analysis consulting to design a supplier onboarding process.

  • Supported the client through production migration.

  • Delivered on time and under budget leveraging our webMethods practice.

High-Level Details
  • Support Procure to Pay (P2P).

  • Start Date: 2009.

  • End Date: 2012.

  • Number of Resources: 8.

LCRA

LCRA plays a variety of roles in Central Texas - delivering electricity, managing the water supply and environment of the lower Colorado River basin, providing public recreation areas, and supporting community and economic development.

How We Helped

High-Level Tasks
  • Consolidated standards and processes to implement Oracle Identity Management and Asset Management solution.

  • Provided project management.

  • Provided architecture design.

  • Implemented the solution and provided support during the engagement.

  • Upgraded application server to WebLogic.

  • Rolled out Oracle Fusion Middleware Suite.

  • Designed and implemented the integrations to PeopleSoft and Maximo.

  • Delivered a consolidated solution combining multiple Oracle solutions.

High-Level Details
  • Consulting services for Oracle software implementation.

  • Start Date: 2007.

  • End Date: 2010.

  • Number of Resources: 6.

Valero Energy Corporation

Through its subsidiaries, Valero Energy Corporation is an international manufacturer and marketer of transportation fuels, other petrochemical products, and power. Valero subsidiaries employ approximately 10,500 people, and assets include 16 petroleum refineries with a combined throughput capacity of approximately 3 million barrels per day, 10 ethanol plants with a combined production capacity of 1.2 billion gallons per year, and a 50-megawatt wind farm. 

How We Helped

Requirements Gathering
  • Reviewed entire stack.

  • Reviewed network setup.

  • Reviewed new hardware.

  • Reviewed DNS servers.

  • Reviewed reverse invoke servers.

  • Reviewed licenses for coverage and growth.

  • Understood the need for growth.

  • Identified single points of failure.

  • Evaluated logs for errors and quick wins.

  • Reviewed settings.

  • Collected test scripts if any.

  • Reviewed DB setup.

  • CollectedHTTPs configurations.

  • Verified port setup.

  • Validated certificates are valid.

  • Verified third party software installations.

  • Collected license keys for installation.

  • Identified packages for migration.

  • Downloaded software.

Dev Analysis & Implementation
  • Adjusted plan based on findings.

  • Planned for Dev install.

  • Installed software.

  • Configured environment – users, ports, memory settings, DB connections, etc.

  • Set up reverse invoke server.

  • Installed certificates if required.

  • Set up third-party software.

  • Migrated packages.

  • Ran sanity test.

  • Ran unit test.

  • Documented installation process.

Test Analysis & Implementation
  • Adjusted plan based on findings.

  • Planned for test install.

  • Installed software.

  • Configured environment – users, ports, memory settings, DB connections, etc.

  • Set up reverse invoke server.

  • Installed certificates if required.

  • Set up third-party software.

  • Migrated packages.

  • Ran sanity test.

  • Ran unit test.

  • Ran integration test.

  • Ran functional test scripts.

  • Updated Installation documentation.

Product Analysis & Implementation
  • Adjusted plan based on findings.

  • Planned for dev install.

  • Installed software.

  • Configured environment – users, ports, memory settings, DB connections, etc.

  • Set up reverse invoke server.

  • Installed certificates if required.

  • Set up third-party software.

  • Migrated packages.

  • Ran sanity test to verify environment.

  • Updated Installation documentation.

High-Level Details
  • Upgraded from webMethods 8.x to 9.x.

  • Start Date: October 14th, 2013.

  • End Date: December/January.

  • Number of Resources: 1.

Waste Management, Inc.

Waste Management is the largest environmental solutions provider in North America, serving more than 20 million customers in the U.S., Canada, and Puerto Rico. Waste Management is also a renewable energy provider, producing more than twice the amount of renewable electricity than the entire US solar industry. By the end of 2012, Waste Management operated over 138 beneficial-use landfill-gas projects, producing enough energy to power nearly 500,000 homes.

How We Helped

High-Level Tasks
  • Met with business leaders and analysts to complete a requirements mapping.

  • Provided the integration consulting needed in support of an enterprise Order to Cash (O2C) initiative.

  • Provided architecture and development expertise in Software AG’s webMethods Suite.

  • Provided design and planning strategies.

  • Provided resources for developing integrations in support of the effort.

  • Built unit test cases to validate development.

  • Provided support during unit and system testing.

  • Provided business analysis and mapped large amounts of data from third-party and back-office systems.

  • Supported the client through production migration.

  • Delivered on time and under budget leveraging our webMethods Practice.

High-Level Details
  • Supported Order to Cash (O2C) initiative.

  • Start Date: 2012.

  • End Date: 2013.

  • Number of Resources: 8.

Weatherford International

One of the largest global providers of products and services that span drilling, evaluation, completion, production, and intervention cycles of oil and natural gas wells. Weatherford is a new breed of service company—one that can provide the industry with extended products and services, more efficient operations, more powerful research, and development capabilities, and greater geographic diversity. Today’s Weatherford is the result of internal growth and innovation, as well as the consolidation of 250+ strategic acquisitions over the past 13 years. 

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